See Bears in the Wild at Bearizona

If you love to see wildlife, a great place to visit is Bearizona, a drive-through wildlife park located on I-40 just 25 miles west of Flagstaff, Arizona in Williams, Arizona. See burros, bison, big horn and dall sheep and wild bear roaming the 158 acre park all from the comfort of your own vehicle. The 3.5 mile driving tour includes a circular drive through the bear exhibit with black and brown bears roam freely through the forest wilderness. At the end of the driving tour, you can park your car and walk through the young animal exhibit. Currently on display are 2 young bear cubs, 3 wolf pups and 2 bobcat cubs in the walk-through exhibit. The park is open during day-light hours, 7 days per week. The park opened on May 23, 2010 and allowed local residents a free tour of the drive-through park. Cost for entrance into the park during the 2010 season is $5.00 for children between the ages of 4-12, and $11.00 for adults. Children under the age of 4 are free. This cost is half price during the opening year but will increase for 2011. This wonderful park is definitely worth a visit!